"Home and Power Plant, Powhatan Point, Ohio."
UofL displays photos of the life and times of the region’s coal miners
The University of Louisville’s Archives and Special Collections presents “Coal - 1979,” a collection of black and white photographs by local photographer Ted...
Public Art and the City 2016 - Art as Social Action: Louisville Implications
March 4 conference explores art as social action
A University of Louisville conference March 4 — “Public Art and the City 2016 - Art as Social Action: Louisville Implications” — will examine...
“Empowerment” kicks off Feb. 17-26 at UofL's planetarium with a focus on Black History Month and civil rights.
Planetarium’s new series offers immersive social justice experiences
Want to see what social justice looks like on a 55-foot, 360-degree screen? The Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium at the University of...
KCJ Szwedzinski
Hite graduate student wins prestigious Hadley Prize for Visual Art
This year's winner of the Hadley Prize for Visual Art is KCJ Szwedzinski, a graduate student at UofL's Hite Art Institute who works in mixed media and glass. The...
UofL alumna becomes one of the youngest female distillers in the country
Elizabeth McCall ('07, '09) has risen through the ranks of Brown-Forman to become one of the youngest female distillers in the country. Nearly 10 years...
UofL’s Planetarium offers a look from the International Space Station
Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium will open two new exhibits Feb. 23 at 3:30 p.m. One exhibit, ISS Above, will give visitors a real-time...
Designing Woman: Cards in the Arts
Eichberger is just one of a number of alums who have gone on to behind-the-scenes careers in the arts, including Oscar-nominated producer Joey McFarland,...
Fake news – How to spot it; Muslim Brotherhood’s power
Anna Marie Johnson and Rob Detmering from UofL Libraries discuss fake news and how to discern fact from fiction. Steve Brooke has studied the...
Talks examine ‘Women in the Ancient Mediterranean World’
Scholars will discuss femininity, gender and religion in ancient Greece, Egypt, Italy and Portugal through a spring lecture series at the University of...
“Baltimore,” a new play about the complexities of race on college campuses, was performed at UofL in February.
African American Theatre Program selected to perform ‘Baltimore’ at national festival
The Department of Theatre Arts African American Theatre Program was selected to perform “Baltimore" during the 2017 National Black Theatre Festival in North Carolina this...